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Airbus A380F  
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 2008
Total Production: 24
Unitary Cost: USD$250 million
Also Known As: A380-800F
Origin: France, Germany and United Kingdom
Corporations: Airbus
Parent System: Airbus A380
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 15 October 2007
Maiden Flight: 27 April 2005
Total Production: 311
Total Cost: USD$43 billion
Family Members: Airbus A380
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Description: The Airbus A380F is a three-deck, long range freighter capable of carrying payloads of 150-ton over non-stop ranges of up to 10,400 km with the lowest unit cost of any freighter ever. It derived from the Airbus A380-800 Superjumbo high seating capacity airliner. The aircraft special layout will bring new efficiency standards to the cargo aircraft market. The A380-800F three decks can be filled with standard pallets and simultaneously accessible though five doors. These features and its growing potential make A380F well suited to high demand global supply chain management network. It is expected to enter into service in 2008.

On January 18, 2005, the first Airbus A380 was unveiled at Airbus' facilities in Toulouse, France. The president of France, Jacques Chirac, the German chancellor, Gerhard Schroeder, and the prime ministers of Great Britain and Spain, Tony Blair and Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero, were present at the ceremony which marked an important milestone for the A380 program and Airbus company. Airbus A380F Freighter first metal cut occurred on 12 April 2005 at Airbus' site in Nantes, France. By the way, Airbus expressed its commitment to put into service the first of such an aircraft with a capacity of 150 tons of cargo by mid-2008. Finally, Airbus took the decision to reduce risk on the A380 program by cancelling the A380F freighter variant development.

Airbus A380F Specifications

Crew: 2
Number of Engines: 4
Dimensions
Height: 24.1 meter
Length: 73 meter
Wingspan: 80 meter
Performance
Max Range: 10,400 kilometer (5,616 nautical mile)
Speed
Top Speed at High Altitude: 296 mps (1,066 kph)
Weight
Cargo: 150,000 kilogram (330,688 pound)
Empty Weight: 252 ton
Max Takeoff Thrust: 306,000 pound
Max Takeoff Weight: 590 ton (1,300,705 pound)
CEP: Circular Error Probable
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Shaft-Horse-Power (shp)

Airbus A380F News

There are 2 news between
8 Dec 2005 and 19 Jul 2010
Monday, July 19, 2010Russian Air Force May Purchase 20 An-124 Ruslans Between 2011 and 2020
Thursday, December 8, 2005Malaysia Joins A400 Program

Operators & Related Equipment


OperatorsItems
United Arab Emirates4
Aircraft ordered by Emirates (4)
United States of America20
Aircraft ordered by UPS (10) and FedEx (10)

Grand Total 242
Propulsion Systems
GP7277x4
Trent 977x4
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